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Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] Interesting census, any thoughts?
Date: Fri, 12 Dec 2003 03:46:06 EST
Back to this one you sent yesterday. John Walter Gray probably did remarry
since his wife and son died so early. So you might be on the right track for
this to be him in 1920.
In 1910 John Walter lists his occupation as
This John W. Gray says his occupation is Engineer, Stationary Engine
I am not sure what a Stationary Engine is but does it sound to you as if the
occupations sort of go together????
Take care - Emma
In a message dated 12/11/2003 3:57:49 PM Central Standard Time,
> Jan 16, 1920 Quinton Town, Pittsburg Co., OK SD 3, ED 217, Sheet 12 B,
> David B. Riggs, enumerator, 2nd South Street.
> 41/48 Gray, John W. head R MW 46 M yes yes AR AR AR Eng Engineer, Stationery
> May W. wife FW 24 M yes yes OK KS TN Eng none
> Wren, Anna stepdau FW 5 S no OK OK OK Eng none
> Hill, Bratcher A. boarder MW 19 S no yes yes OK KS TN Eng Laborer, Zinc
> Gray, Edith boarder FW 15 S yes yes yes OK AR AR Eng none
> The age for John W. Gray is a bit off, but look at stepdaus surname...Wren?
> and John here is from AR too.
> Then look at the boarder, Edith Gray, she is also stating her parents are
> from AR, a relative of John?
> Bratcher Hill's birth states matches May's....wonder if a relative?
> Any thoughts on this being the son of William F.?
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